Houzz is the new way to design your home.
Worked for me before, need it again--only way to store and see all your herbs and spices.
silver leaf wallpaper
abstract shape of light fixture
The way that the coral tongue and groove is framed by the blue-periwinkle boards.
Rock and shrub combination
The railing is exactly what we are in process of doing.
square planters, lacy trees. What happens in winter though?
ensconcement--casual rocks and perennials, sun and shade., steps of stone
Great wide steps, flat areas, rocks tumbling downward
The woven wire used on the railings.
the use of blacks and greys, shinily (?) in the entryway
the angles, the drama, the simple glass, striking.
The use of corrugated aluminum
The staggered rectangles of the entrance including the paving stones.
Squares of concrete edged with grey gravel.
The use of corrugated aluminum, the grasses along the base.
sliding door better than pocket door, more character, helps define end of hall
red accessories, dishrack good idea
sculpture + fireplace--who needs a mantel, or a picture over the fireplace?
marble mantel--but how to support it?
silvery metal look of material fireplace is made of
An easier, less massive creation--the oxidized metal is a good color
it's another way to use metal
the ripped effect
it's more like the idea we have--a dark metal surround that adds heft to the size of the fireplace
the use of ceramic tiles to create a more expansive fireplace area
The orange is in my study, but with grey walls alternating; the peacock blue would add zing.
It's exactly what I want to do with the fireplace wall--to make it more punchy; the lighter grey bulkheads will be defined better.
a silver man parachuting--somewhere--